Where & When We Meet

Meeting Dates

Our meetings are 8.00pm -10.00pm fortnightly on Tuesday evenings. 

If you are interested in becoming a member, why not try a Taster Evening to find out how we could help you? Pop over to our Contact page to book an invitation.

2024

January 16th & 30th
February 13th & 27th
March 12th & 26th
April 9th & 23rd
May 7th & 21st (AGM)
June 4th & 18th
July 2nd, 16th & 30th
August 13th & 27th
September 10th & 24th
October 8th & 22nd
November 5th & 19th
December 3rd

Our Venue

It's easy to find Bromsgrove Speakers Club. We meet at The Bell, Bell End, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, DY9 9XU. The Bell is situated by the only sets of traffic lights on the A491 Bromsgrove – Hagley dual carriageway.

The Bell

The Bell is 4 miles & 10 minutes drive from the centre of Bromsgrove. And it's just a short distance from M5 junction 4 and M42 junction 1 if you are coming from further away. If you are coming from Bromsgrove direction or the motorways, turn right at the first traffic lights into Heath End Road. The car park entrance is approximately 100 metres on the right. If coming from Hagley/Stourbridge direction, immediately after the first traffic lights, turn left at the second set. See map of location.

The Barn meeting room, our home at The Bell

More About Finding Us

Our location is convenient from a wide area of Worcestershire, south Birmingham and the West Midlands. Distances and driving times to The Bell from a variety of locations are shown below. (Based on Google’s view of the world.) Our location and venue makes it easy to find us at Bromsgrove Speakers Club from wherever you are.

Droitwich 11½ miles & 15 minutes via M5
Redditch 11 miles & 20 minutes
Worcester 21 miles & 30 minutes via M5
Kidderminster 8 miles & 16 minutes via Blakedown and Belbroughton
South Birmingham (Longbridge 5 miles & 10 mins) (Northfield 7 miles & 17 mins)
Halesowen 6 miles & 13 minutes via Romsley

The Bell Barn

The Barn meeting room is separate from the pub and adjacent to the large, well lit car park. There is ramp access from the disabled parking spaces. The Bell is a Grade II listed building. It dates from around 1700 with 19th and 20th Century alterations and additions. The Barn, despite its name, hasn’t seen a cow or bale of hay for quite some time! It is comfortable and atmospheric. The perfect place to become a better speaker!

The atmospheric Barn at The Bell